Teaching Resources Creator & Editor
Are you looking for a role with a real social impact and a rewarding mission? If so, then read on. We have a fantastic new role of Teacher Resources Content Creator and Editor to join an innovative education organisation. This role offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, alongside the opportunity to join a highly successful, and fast-growing EdTech company. It offers flexible, and fully remote working, or the option to be based in their London office.
The Teacher Resources Content Creator and Editor will play a crucial role in the organisation's content creation and development. They will create and edit teaching resources to do with Careers Guidance and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economics). As the Editor you will manage and develop one of the most important tools on the company's platform, a searchable resource database of high quality teaching resources. Alongside editing existing resources and creating new resources, you will also look to develop their teacher community.
The successful Teacher Resources Content Creator and Editor will have prior experience of creating and/or editing teaching materials, ideally including materials to do with Careers Guidance and PSHE. You might have prior experience as a teacher which would be very valuable. And you will have high attention to detail, and excellent organisation and communication skills, alongside a passion for education and learning.
Closing date: 23rd November
For a full description of the role, please send your CV with a brief paragraph outlining your relevant skills.
Closing Date: Early applications may be prioritised.
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